Dallas; Plano; Fort Worth; and Irving, Texas residents who wish to speak to an attorney at no cost about an injury they sustained should contact McGilberry & Shirer via their website or via phone at (972) 392-1225.
Dallas, United States – February 18, 2019 /PressCable/ —
They were nearly 40,000 car accidents in Dallas 2016, a number that had been trending upwards for most of the previous decade. That on average about 100 car accidents will happen every day. Insurance companies often are able to pay for some or even most of the damage has two vehicles, and often cover some of the cost of car accidents, nevertheless, it often ceases to cover all of the costs, including therapy and lost wages.
To help Dallas and Fort Worth residents injured in an automobile accident with the process of navigating the various difficulties that arise from such a traumatic event, The law office of McGilberry & Shirer offers a free consultation with an experienced car accident injury attorney, and they usually work on a contingency fee so that their clients never have to worry about affording a personal injury lawyer. They can be reached at their website, https://www.mcgilberryandshirer.com/car-accidents/ or via phone at (972) 392-1225.
“Having an attorney in your corner can help when it comes time to speak to insurance companies – both yours and the other driver’s, as well as when dealing with the city or other relevant parties,” said a spokesperson for McGilberry & Shirer, a noted Dallas / Fort Worth Texas Car Injury Attorney. “Insurance companies often try to pay out the bare minimum,” they continued, noting that often times that wouldn’t be enough to compensate the injured person for the time they miss from work, for rehabilitation and therapy costs, and full replacement of their vehicle, plus compensation for the trauma of the event.
The spokesperson also shared the following statement:
“If you’re worried about what a car accident lawyer might cost, put your fears to rest. Passionate attorneys who truly care about helping people offer competitive pay scales and contingency-fee services to make legal representation affordable for everyone. You don’t have to be rich to hire a lawyer. In fact, a reason to hire a lawyer is because you don’t know how else you’ll pay for your accident-related costs. Discuss your case with our attorneys for more specific information about what our services will cost.
“If we do win money on your behalf, we take our attorney fees directly out of your settlement or verdict according to a pre-determined commission percentage. That way, you never have to ‘afford’ a car accident lawyer out of pocket. The fee usually comes in around one-third of the compensation award we secure, or 33.33%. However, we may charge more or less, depending on the stage of your case and whether it goes to trial. Initial consultations with our Dallas car accident lawyers are always free and come at no obligation.”
Dallas; Plano; Fort Worth; and Irving, Texas residents who wish to speak to an attorney at no cost about an injury they sustained should contact McGilberry & Shirer via their website, https://www.mcgilberryandshirer.com/contact/ or via phone at (972) 392-1225.
Name: Steven McGilberry
Organization: McGilberry & Shirer LLP
Address: 5720 Lyndon B Johnson Fwy ste 575, Dallas, Texas 75240, United States
Release ID: 483055
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